No matter how amazing your weekend was, if it wasn't spent furiously binge-watching Netflix's latest hit series Firefly Lane, we don't want to hear about it.
(Exceptions will be made if you ran into any of the Hemsworth brothers or Zac Efron.)
The stunning series, based on the book by the same name from author Kristin Hannah, shot to number one on the streaming site almost immediately, pushing your recent fave Bridgerton from top spot.
Surely that's reason enough to watch.
The premise is simple: two best friends, Tully and Kate, who could not be more different, navigate life, growing up and finding themselves through the 80s, 90s and 00s with the show jumping between different points in time.
It may be basic but it's oh so addictive.
If you've already watched all 10 episodes in record time, there's no doubt you're eagerly awaiting a second season.
For now, there's no official confirmation on season two, but judging by its popularity and multiple finale cliff hangers, it's basically a given.
Another promising sign comes in the book having a sequel called Fly Away.
While we wait for the news we know is inevitable, let's look at the big questions we want answered in the next installment.
Their friendship has withstood more than most could but, in a flash forward to Bud's funeral we see something has torn Tully and Kate apart.
In the final moments Kate confronts Tully outside the church demanding to know why she came before asking: "When I said I could never forgive you for what you did, what did you think that meant?"
Clearly Tully is to blame, and whatever she did must have been downright awful to push kind-hearted Kate away for good.
Throughout the season we were led to wonder if Kate and Johnny could reconcile their marriage problems, however the finale left us with a much more alarming question: is Johnny alive?
After a last night together, Johnny left Kate for Iraq to pursue his passion and career in war reporting. Much to our horror we then watched on as the journalist was caught up in an explosion while out in the field.
We certainly don't blame Max for calling time on his relationship with Tully. From kicking him out of her house one minute to proposing a shotgun wedding the next, it's a troubling relationship to say the least.
While Max may have left Tully waiting by the lake where they tied the knot – a sign he wanted the relationship over – we can't help but wonder if this is the end for the couple.
We certainly would love to see more of the hunky paramedic.